Whether for range use, personal defense or hunting, Federal’s new Shorty shotshells pack a similar punch to their bigger brothers in a small, 1¾-inch shell. Loaded with No. 8 shot, No. 4 buckshot or a rifled slug, there’s a reduced-recoil Shorty for you.
CCI has long been king of the shotshell for handguns, but its engineers had been working on the next generation of products for some time. The idea was simple: deliver more power than the company's standard offerings. It's what customers wanted. As you might have figured out, the name "Big 4" was born straight from the new line's main selling point: Each cartridge is loaded with No. 4 lead shot.
Using a multi-shot, three-stage payload to deliver lethal patterns, 3rd Degree has served as Federal Premium's answer to consumer demands for tighter patterns and longer ranges.
Having a hard time judging just where you missed with your scattergun? It's not a problem anymore, thanks to the folks at Winchester Ammunition. The company's TrAAcker shotshells mimic the effect of tracer rounds and thus can aid shotgunners looking to improve. Want another endorsement? Check out the video embedded above, taken from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV, the Outdoor Channel program produced by our friends at American Rifleman.